Even with many football games postponed by Thursday night’s thunderstorms – some of which will be made up Monday – there were plenty of big plays and big games this week in high school football.
One coach hit a big milestone and the team with the area’s best record – 4-0 – is already lapping last season’s points total.
Here’s a look at those and some other numbers that stood out in Week 2 of Baltimore high school football:
MIAA A Conference teams unbeaten in non-league play – McDonogh (4-0) and Spalding (3-0)
Games canceled after Thursday’s storms: North Harford at Einstein and Mount St. Joseph at Landon
Touchdown passes of more than 80 yards in the Westminster-Linganore game – three by Linganore, which won 41-20
4th and 12
When Milford Mill's Jamaal Morant broke an 82-yard touchdown run with 25 seconds left to beat Hereford, 21-17
Touchdown runs by McDonogh’s Alex Hurdle in a 35-0 win over Penn Charter
Touchdowns scored by Lewis’ Raquan Chavis – four passing, one receiving – in a 32-8 win over Forest Park
Howard County football games postponed to Monday by Thursday night’s thunderstorms – the whole county slate
Passing touchdowns for C. Milton Wright’s Omar Walker in two games – two to his twin brother Osiah